In the next place it appears from Thoroton's notts, that the archbishop had no elder brother named Richard.
Mr. Mompesson was subsequently presented to the living of Eakring in notts, where he died in 1708.
Do you remember how that match came after notts last year, and you left here to play in it?
But Surrey did make some mistakes, Sir, and notts——well, they couldn't hold catches.
notts had made enough runs for decency; it was time to get them out.
And t'other was notts, don't you see, so I couldn't well show the white feather.
The match with notts, played at Trent Bridge a few days earlier, had not foreshadowed any startling results.
"Took down the number" of notts, Sir, and she's a redoubtable foeman.
In notts it was in 1844 described as having recently become 'the sheet-anchor of the farmer'.
The only occurrence of the name in the Hundred Rolls for the year 1273 is in the county of notts.